Thursday, December 14, 2006

In the light of day

Looking at my last post in the light of day, I realize how silly it seems.

I don't want anyone to think I was complaining about Riley's sugars. I'm not. I think they're great. I feel very blessed that he is having such nice sugars. I know that they'll only be around for a little bit, so I'm just going to enjoy them.

I think maybe I'm so used to analyzing everything related to Riley's sugars that even when they are good I'm still analyzing.

It's hard to just let this disease be.


Anonymous said...

Diabetes isn’t designed for it to be “let be.” If you aren’t analyzing, then you won’t be ready when everything changes.

Scott K. Johnson said...

See! Now you're even analyzing your recent blog posts!


Anonymous said...

You need to keep an eye on it. Enjoy it, but don't stop watching it.

Major Bedhead said...

You know how a rollercoaster has that end bit, when it all flattens out, just before you come in to the station? Well, that's how I see diabetes. Only there's no station where you can hop off; you just keep going and going, thru the gigantic peaks and valleys and sometimes, you luck out and hit a nice, mellow, even spot. They're great, but you know it's all gonna go to hell again at any moment.

I keep a weather eye on those mellow spots because I know it precedes some big whammy.

Penny Ratzlaff said...


I think that's what the problem is. I'm too worried about what's coming around the bend to enjoy right now.